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Industry resigned to life without NAFTA

Automakers and suppliers are starting to envision a world without the North American Free Trade Agreement. Signs are growing that the Trump administration is determined to gut the 23-year-old deal.

Industry braces for Kobe Steel scandal fallout

Global automakers and suppliers are scrambling to learn how much trouble they face after the revelation that Kobe Steel falsified inspection data on metals they used.


Samsung vies for $20 billion in auto business

Samsung probably wouldn't have paid much attention to automotive -- until suddenly the industry started talking about real technology.

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PACE Awards announces 33 finalists

Thirty-three innovations from 27 component and technology suppliers around the world have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards.

UPDATED: 10/11/17 5:07 pm ET - adds details
CSX CEO apologizes for rail delays

The CEO of CSX apologized for months of service disruptions that have affected automakers and other customers, but defended the railroad's operating strategy at a hearing called by federal regulators.

UPDATED: 10/10/17 11:08 am ET - adds details
Honeywell to spin off turbocharger business

Honeywell plans to spin off its turbocharger business into a new publicly listed company by the end of 2018. The turbocharger business is expected to generate annual revenue of about $3 billion.

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